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Hi I’m Rosie Acosta. I am a Meditation Teacher; Speaker and Author of You Are Radically Loved: A healing journey to self-love. I grew up in East Los Angeles during the 92 La Riots and it set me on a troubled path for many years. I didn’t grow up with mentors in my life, so I turned to reading as many books as I possibly could to learn about life’s purpose. In my journey as a First Gen-Mexican American, I found having these conversations gave me insight, support, and inspiration. So, I decide ...
 
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This week, Martha Beck joins us to talk about her book, The Way of Integrity, and what it means to live a life of integrity. Most of us define who we are based on our work, culture, and even relationships. Once you strip these all away, who are you really? Society will always push certain expectations of what it means to be normal and what it means…
 
We live in a world that’s always running — there’s always something to change and to be done. At some point, most of us sacrifice our health because we believe we don’t have time for it. Yet, our health and wellness are the backbone of our productivity and happiness. Your health deserves better, it’s time to realize how you can take care of yoursel…
 
Tessa talks with Nadine Kenney Johnstone about using writing and journaling as a tool for healing. Dealing with pain and struggle is never easy. It's natural to feel overwhelmed and lost during your healing journey. Sometimes, you may even forget that dealing with pain affects the people around you. If you cope with it unhealthily, it could strain …
 
Rosie speaks with Rod Stryker about taking accountability for a mistake as someone in a position of authority. Owning up to mistakes is always a grueling process. It's even multiplied when there's a power differential in the dynamic. Trust is a critical element that binds people to authority figures. The gravity of crossing boundaries and breaching…
 
This week on Radically Loved, Tessa speaks with Tara Schuster about her book, Buy Yourself the F*cking Lilies. She explains the meaning of the book’s title and how it encompasses the path towards reparenting and self-healing. Our life story begins in childhood. And how it begins essentially determines how we will continue to write our journey. Unfo…
 
This week on #WisdomWednesdays, Tessa speaks with sleep scientist Dr. Aric Prather about The Sleep Prescription. He shares the solutions that can help people, especially people with insomnia, achieve restorative and consolidated sleep. Unlike how we often treat it, sleep is as important as food, water, and oxygen. It is something essential for our …
 
In this episode of Radically Loved, Zahra Heydari joins Rosie to talk about stopping the bleeding and healing the wounds of your heart. When we’re hurt and bleeding, one of the best things to do is wash the wound, bandage it, and let it heal. However, wounds in our hearts don’t always heal easily. Many people tend to ignore it or cover it up thinki…
 
In this week's episode, join us in Radically Loved as Omisade Burney-Scott tells us how to normalize difficult conversations about aging and menopause. Aging is a natural transition in life. However, it's common for people to view aging negatively. But if we don't discuss aging and menopause, we'll never understand it. Compassionate conversations a…
 
Life as we know it can be upturned in the blink of an eye. We’ve seen this during the pandemic, not only did the world change entirely and people have also lost so much. For Abi Morgan, her life had been normal up until her husband suffered from seizures and had to be placed in a coma. His recovery had a rocky start and Abi faced the challenge of c…
 
Author Diego “Yung Pueblo” Perez joins Rosie in this episode. They talk about the value of collective healing in global transformation. In a world where self-help and personal healing have become priorities, we have forgotten how to heal collectively. We have become fixated on our political differences. We have lost sight of our shared objective of…
 
This week on Radically Loved, Rosie speaks with Carmen Rita Wong about unraveling her family’s biggest secret in her memoir, Why Didn’t You Tell Me? Your identity is the most critical piece of yourself. You carry it to every place you go and in everything you do. But as children of immigrant parents, having to tie down very different geographical a…
 
This week on #WisdomWednesdays, Rosie and Tessa sit down to talk about how your relationships matter in your career. We can’t live our lives completely alone. Wherever we go and whatever we do, we are bound to meet new people. The relationships we build and nurture with these people are important not just in our social lives, but also in our career…
 
This week on The Radically Loved Podcast, Sarah Fay shares her experience of being diagnosed with six mental health disorders and finding no relief. The internet has made diagnosing mental illnesses more accessible than ever. You can easily self-diagnose with a 20-item quiz posted on social media platforms. However, that should not be the case. Ins…
 
This week on Radically Loved, Danielle LaPorte once again joins Rosie to talk about how you are naturally loving and connected. With the hustle and bustle of everyday life, it's easy to become blinded and swept away by everything around us. People become split by the divisions and injustices you see in the world each day. Negativity clouds your min…
 
This week on #WisdomWednesdays, Tessa Tovar and Rosie talk about being of service to animals in need. Animals are undoubtedly one of the universe’s greatest gifts in life. But oftentimes, we end up taking the joy they give to the world for granted. When was the last time you stopped to help a stray animal in need? Every single day, we encounter cou…
 
This week on Radically Loved, Rosie speaks with Christopher Rivas about the lessons from his book, Brown Enough. What does it mean not to be part of the conventional space society has created for us? Where does it leave you if you don’t have a place in this conversation? Unplugging systemic beliefs and beginning self-inquiry takes a massive amount …
 
This week on Radically Loved, Rosie speaks with Terri Cole about setting boundaries and recognizing boundary violations. Being a people pleaser and over-giver come with a lot of baggage. One of these is having disordered boundaries. Because we don’t know how to express our boundaries healthily, resentment piles up in our relationships. But there is…
 
This week on Radically Loved, Rosie speaks with Emme Style about honoring our bodies and developing a positive body image. Our society sets unrealistic standards on what our bodies should look like. But the reality is that we all have different body types with unique needs that differ from this “standard.” And continuing to fit ourselves into this …
 
This week on Radically Loved, Rosie speaks with Dr. Becky Kennedy about the Good Inside approach to parenting. Parenthood is no walk in the park. It’s both the most important and most challenging job in the world. And like any other job, you need all the resources and support you can get to navigate each step of the way. With support, you can go th…
 
This week on Radically Loved, Rosie speaks with Jason Feiffer about his new book Build for Tomorrow. They say the only thing constant in life is change, but it’s scary all the same. When you learn how to quickly adapt to and embrace change, you can start taking control of your future. This is a process anyone can learn and shouldn't take a crisis t…
 
This week on Radically Loved, Rosie speaks with Rod Stryker about taking accountability for a mistake as someone in a position of authority. Owning up to mistakes is always a grueling process. It's even multiplied when there's a power differential in the dynamic and even more so when all of this is played out on social media. Trust is a critical el…
 
This week on the #RadicallyLovedPodcast, Rosie and Fariha talk about The Responsibility of Truth and Healing in the Community. Healing from deep-seated trauma is always an uphill battle. It becomes even more challenging to address in a society that commodifies healing and shames victims for talking about it. And so, healing and wellness have become…
 
This week on Radically Loved, Rosie speaks with Rebecca Woolf about her upcoming memoir, All of This: A Memoir of Death and Desire. We all have complicated feelings about our experiences and relationships, yet culture and society pressure us to feel and think a certain way. What would you feel if you had a miserable relationship and your spouse die…
 
This week on the Radically Loved Podcast, writer Arianna Davis joins us to talk about how she was inspired to live life boldly through Frida Kahlo. People are often held back by uncertainty, insecurity, and fear. Because of this, opportunities can slip through your fingers. However, Arianna and her book inspired by Frida reminds us what it means to…
 
This week, Julie Reisler joins us to talk about how we become ready for change and how we can make sure they’re sustainable. As the world is opening up again, many of you may be itching for some exciting change in your life. How often have you made a resolution in the past, but barely saw it through? It’s easy to make big goals and ambitions, but w…
 
In this episode, Steven Kotler joins us to talk about empathy and the environment in time for the release of his latest novel, The Devil’s Dictionary. Empathy plays an important role in solving environmental challenges. Yet it’s normal for us to focus more on what we humans need, rather than looking at the bigger picture. This episode is brought to…
 
This week on Radically Loved, Rosie and Tessa talk about dealing with judgment stemming from the changes we want for ourselves or others. Encountering significant changes in our lives can lead to a fight-or-flight reaction within us, which is normal. Sometimes the constant pursuit of change may lead to judging other people who lead different lives.…
 
Shayna Cornelius and Dana Stiles talk to Rosie about the life-changing practice of Human Design. We are constantly bombarded with advice on how to thrive and excel, which can be overwhelming. However, there is no one-size-fits-all formula for happiness and success. Each person's path to discovering their purpose is unique, owing to their circumstan…
 
This week on the You Are Radically Loved Session, Tessa Tovar and Rosie dive into chapter 9 of You are Radically Loved, You are Radically Engaged. Time and again, fairy tales have conditioned young children that a happily ever after exists. Thus, growing up, we create an idealized version of our relationships and life in general. And this often cla…
 
This week on Radically Loved, Rosie is joined by author Jancee Dunn to talk about respect, courtesy, and the importance of communication in a relationship. Everybody wants their troubles to be heard, especially by their loved ones. The problem is, we often forget to talk and let them know we’re having trouble at all by telling them. We give them po…
 
This week on #WisdomWednesdays, Rosie and Tessa talk about how a connection with nature can help you find yourself again. It's easy to lose perspective if you have an unchanging routine; the constant repetition becomes draining. You don't have to sacrifice your rest and peace of mind for productivity — you can have both if you habitually create a c…
 
This week on Radically Loved, Tessa talks with Nadine Kenney Johnstone about using writing and journaling as a tool for healing. Dealing with pain and struggle is never easy. It's natural to feel overwhelmed and lost during your healing journey. Sometimes, you may even forget that dealing with pain affects the people around you. If you cope with it…
 
This week on #WisdomWednesdays, Tessa Tovar and Rosie talk about the nature of attachment in the human journey. It's hard to imagine a life where we have no attachments to anything—a career, relationship, goals, possessions, etc. Attachments are what keep us going in our everyday lives. They are inherently related to our dreams and aspirations as w…
 
This week on Radically Loved, Rosie speaks with Doug Cartwright about healing from trauma, developing self-respect, and creating our purpose. The world is filled with noise about finding our purpose to unlock the best life. It sounds reassuring that we will someday arrive at something we think we were meant to be. But unfortunately, many people end…
 
It’s not easy to make habits stick. Oftentimes, you might find yourself backsliding and ending up right where you started. But whether or not you’re aware of it, you probably have some habits hindering you from being successful — and those are habits that need to be broken. In this episode, New York Times bestselling author Jen Sincero discusses ho…
 
Do you permit yourself to get what you want? Often, we swamp ourselves with humiliation, limiting us from venturing out of our life as we desire. If we're not as financially fortunate, inherent shame around money is nothing new. This scarcity mindset, however, affects how we respond to problems we’re faced with. But by our shifting our perspective,…
 
This week on #WisdomWednesdays, Rosie and Tessa talk about self-care through energy management and working with the right people. Entrepreneurs are always so busy that we often forget to take time for ourselves! Thriving in busy work life isn’t about managing our time. It is more about energy management. Knowing what activities give or take your en…
 
This week on Radically Loved, Rosie speaks with Selema Masekela about spirituality, vulnerability, and creating your own path in life. Going through a spiritual experience can open your eyes to endless possibilities. It detaches you from your past conditioning that may be bringing you more harm than good. What follows this experience is a new path …
 
This #WisdomWednesday, Tessa and Rosie talk about empathy and remembering the people and stories that have influenced their lives. As humans, we find that we’re affected by the actions and words of others. Growing up, your parental figures, family, and friends have shaped who you are today. There may be words of wisdom that pushed you to pursue you…
 
This week on Radically Loved, Rosie speaks with Angelo Keely about the importance of essential amino acids. Diet and nutrition are one of the keys to a healthy lifestyle. Nutrients are the building blocks for keeping a healthy body, with amino acids at the core of this. We must understand how they work and why we need to have enough daily intake. T…
 
This week on #WisdomWednesdays, Rosie and Tessa talk about listening to your gut feeling and trusting your intuition. Sometimes we get caught up in rationalizing everything we do. On the other hand, following your instincts may be the best option for keeping you safe or leading you to success. Tessa recounts her eerie encounter in Santa Fe, proving…
 
This week on Radically Loved, Rosie and Wil talk about trauma, the healing process, and how healing is a long, challenging, but worthwhile journey. Each person you have encountered, whether at work, out on the street, or a bus, is hurting in their own way. Everyone has been through a painful and traumatic experience. Although you have no control ov…
 
This week on #WisdomWednesdays, Rosie and Tessa talk to Lisa Mattam about using the importance of self-care in skincare and how clean beauty brands can help you achieve that. Advertisements and influencers for skincare and beauty products abound, particularly online, reminding us to adhere to society's beauty standards and pressuring us to purchase…
 
Rosie and Gabby Bernstein talk about healing from trauma in Gabby’s new book Happy Days. A life filled with inner peace and freedom from fear is attainable. No matter what you’ve been through, it’s possible to break free from the trauma that has kept you caged for so long. You will get to the happy days, and as you do, you take one step closer to b…
 
In this episode of Radically Loved, Julie Bogart joins us to share what inspired her new book, Raising Critical Thinkers. Julie discusses the truth and misconceptions about what critical thinking skills get perpetuated by our educational system models. She explains why people care so much about being right and the mindset we should adopt instead. J…
 
This week on #WisdomWednesday, Rosie and Tessa do a deep dive into the Netflix series Inventing Anna, the Johnny Depp v. Amber Heard trial, and the power of recording conversations and arguments (legally and responsibly!) with your significant other. They also build on their relationship experience to talk about the value of self-control and self-r…
 
This week on radically Loved, Nigerian American author Luvvie Ajayi Jones joins Rosie to discuss facing fears and professional troublemaking. What can you do when you know that something is wrong, but no one is doing anything to fix it? You can make trouble. People often forget that you can speak up and choose to make a change. Troublemaking may ha…
 
Part 1: Create Change through Mindfulness, Self-Love, and Intentions with Shauna Shapiro, PhD This episode is brought to you by: Rothy’s Get $20 OFF your first purchase at www.rothys.com/loved This week on Radically Loved, Tessa speaks with Shauna Shapiro about mindfulness, self-love, journaling, and creating change. How often does motivation lead …
 
In today’s episode of Radically Loved, Bassima Mroue talks to Rosie about her wellness journey and how it led to the creation of SkinTē. She also shares tips on how to take care of yourself effectively. Each person's journey is different, whether in health and wellness or entrepreneurship. The key is understanding yourself, what you want and need, …
 
This week on #WisdomWednesdays, Rosie and Tessa talk about defining happiness on our own terms. Comparing ourselves to others is at the root of dissatisfaction and unhappiness. Learning to break free from limiting narratives allows us to be honest with what we really want in our lives. Other people do not define our happiness. This episode is broug…
 
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